Brovtsyn Boris


Boris Brovtsyn (violin) graduated from the P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of prof. M. Glezarova) and the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama (class of prof. D. Takeno). He’s improving his skills at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas (class of prof. E. Shmider).

Brovtsyn is a laureate of numerous international competitions, such as Georg Kulenkampf (1994, Cologne), Transnet (1996, Pretoria, the RSA) and Yehudi Menuhin (1998, France), Tibor Varga (2002, Switzerland, I award), the diploma owner of Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition of Belgium (2001, Brussels). He is the owner of prestigious awards: Reuters Prize (2001), Hattori Foundation Award (2003, 2004), Myra Hess Award (2003, 2004). In 2004 he won the highest prize of GSMD – Gold Medal. Scholar of the Fund «New Names».

B. Brovtsyn performs as a soloist and with the best world and Russian symphonic and chamber orchestras, among those SASO named after Svetlanov, orchestra of SABT, the SACO of Russia, the chamber ensemble «Moscow Soloists», Berlin Radio Orchestra, BBC Symphonic and Philharmonic Orchestras, the Philharmonic orchestra of Monte Carlo, the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Orchestra of Italian Switzerland, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, the Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Lille National Orchestra (France), Philharmonic Orchestra of Sao Paulo (Brazil), the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, the Estonian National Orchestra, the Bulgarian Radio Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Liege, the Pretoria Symphony Orchestra, the chamber orchestra “English Classical Players”. He cooperates with famous conductors, such as Y. Bashmet, V. Fedoseev, A. Lazarev, M. Gorenstein, V. Sinaisky, P. Kogan, A. Lombard, J.-P. Tortelier, G. Varga, M. Yanovsky, A. Volmer, E. Gardiner, G. Albreht.

Boris Brovtsyn is a constant participant of international festivals in Russia («Vozvraschenie (Comeback)», «Stars at Baikal», «Young Russian Stars», project «Stars’ Generation»), in Schleswig-Holstein (Germany), Edinburgh (Scotland), Verbier (Switzerland), Utrecht (the Netherlands), Jerusalem (Israel), Oxford (the Great Britain) and others.

A wonderful talent" — Rudgierro Ricci

"A high-octane performance" — Los-Angeles Times